A Review of the Asus Zenbook 14 OLED Laptop

Once you have used an OLED screen, it is hard to imagine using anything else. With their gorgeous, inky blacks, infinite contrast, and vivid colors, OLED laptops make for quite an enjoyable experience. One such option is the new Asus Zenbook 14 OLED, and this excellent video review takes a look at everything you can expect from it.

Coming to you from Matthew Moniz, this great video review takes a look at the 2024 Asus Zenbook 14 OLED. While the marquee feature is probably that OLED screen, the laptop comes with a nice range of features, including:

  • Processor:
    • Intel Core Ultra 7 Processor 155H 1.4 GHz (24MB Cache, up to 4.8 GHz, 16 cores, 22 Threads)
    • Intel AI Boost NPU
  • Graphics: Intel Arc Graphics
    • *Note: Intel Arc Graphics available only in models with specific Intel Core processors and at least 16 GB of dual-channel memory.
  • Display:
    • 14.0-inch, 3K (2,880 x 1,800) OLED
    • 16:10 aspect ratio
    • 0.2ms response time
    • 550 nits HDR peak brightness
    • 100% DCI-P3 color gamut
    • 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
    • 1.07 billion colors
    • Glossy display
    • 70% less harmful blue light
    • SGS Eye Care Display
    • Touch screen with stylus support
    • 87% Screen-to-body ratio
  • Memory: 32 GB LPDDR5X on board
  • Storage: 1 TB M.2 NVMe™ PCIe 4.0 SSD
  • I/O Ports:
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
    • 2x Thunderbolt™ 4 (supports display/power delivery)
    • 1x HDMI 2.1 TMDS
    • 1x 3.5mm Combo Audio Jack
  • Keyboard & Touchpad:
    • Backlit Chiclet Keyboard, 1.4mm Key-travel
    • Precision touchpad
  • Camera: FHD camera with IR function (supports Windows Hello), privacy shutter
  • Audio:
    • Smart Amp Technology
    • Built-in speaker
    • Built-in array microphone
    • Harman/Kardon (Premium)
  • Network and Communication:
    • Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) (Dual band) 2*2
    • Bluetooth 5.3 
  • Battery: 75 WHrs, 2S2P, 4-cell Li-ion
  • Power Supply: TYPE-C, 65 W AC Adapter (Output: 20 V DC, 3.25 A, 65 W; Input: 100-240 V AC 50/60GHz universal)
  • Weight: 1.28 kg (2.82 lbs)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 31.24 x 22.01 x 1.49 ~ 1.49 cm (12.30" x 8.67" x 0.59" ~ 0.59")
  • Military Grade: US MIL-STD 810H military-grade standard

Altogether, the Zenbook 14 OLED looks like a very nice laptop for Windows creatives on the go. Check out the video above for Moniz's full thoughts. 

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Great video.
Do you think this would be good for 3d printing software?
I've been running the same laptop since 2011 and love but its no longer compatible/cant handle programs like Meshmixer and blender.
Im sure there are laptops out there better but this is a hobby and trying to keep the budget around or under 1k.
Thanks for any insights.

I think it would run it just fine, but if you don't need the OLED screen, you could probably save a little more money by going with another model.

Cool. I do normally use external monitors but its hard to find a touch screen with 32g of ram. I was even building a dell and unless I wanted a almost 2k laptop i wasn't getting touchscreen.
Your beginning was a really good point about the cryptic cpu's.
I work in oracle database and Oracle loves ram, much easier to understand, so my cpu knowledge comes and goes 😁.
I normally ask my windows guru's when i need computer advice, they didn't know much about the new Arc architecture and i knew 0 till watching your video. Now i know a little more than that.
Thanks for the fast response